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(Arabic: بنو عدي)
A genealogy of the Banu Adi tribe.
|Location||Mecca, Saudi Arabia|
|Descended from||Adi ibn Ka'b|
Among the clan members can be found:
- Umar ibn al-Khattab 
- Zayd ibn al-Khattab, (died 632) companion of the Prophet Muḥammad and the brother of Caliph Umar.
- Sa'id bin Zayd, (died 671) companion of the Prophet Muḥammad.
- Zayd ibn Amr: (died 605) was a monotheist who lived in Mecca before Islam and father of Sa'id bin Zayd.
- Khattab ibn Nufayl: father of Caliph Umar
- Fatimah bint al-Khattab
- Zayd ibn Umar: son of Caliph Umar
- Abdullah ibn Umar: son of Caliph Umar
- Hafsa bint Umar: wife of Muhammad
- Al-Shifa' bint Abdullah: the only literate female sahaba
- Asim ibn Umar: son of Caliph Umar, one of the Tabi‘in.
- Umar ibn Ibrahim ibn Waqid al-Umari, the Governor of Yemen for the Abbasid Caliphate from 813 to mid-814 CE.
- Abu Turab al-Zahiri: born in India of Arab Indian descent
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